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Fundraising for teachers like me!

Fundraising for teacher wellbeing
5th September 2017

Matthew Sylvester, a teacher from the York and Scunthorpe area, is taking on a number of amazing challenges to raise money for us after seeing first-hand the support offered to teachers like him when they need someone most.

Finding your first job in teaching

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31st August 2017

Every year, thousands of newly qualified teachers (NQTs) enter the job market for the first time.We know this is an exciting but challenging time. Here are our tips to securing that all-important first role.

 

Words of wisdom for NQTs

Words of encouragement for NQTs
31st August 2017

Retired teachers offer a wealth of knowledge and experience to the younger generation. We have collected together some of their words of encouragement for NQTs starting this September. 

NQTs vs mud!

Tough mudder NQT fundraiser
11th July 2017

On July 29th NQTs Ellie Burland and Helen Teasdale, are taking on the Yorkshire Tough Mudder to raise money for Education Support Partnership. We spoke to Helen to find out why!

Talking staff wellbeing at events & conferences

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11th July 2017

Over the past 4 months we have been incredibly busy travelling across the country meeting hundreds of teachers, lecturers, school leaders, support staff from schools and colleges across the UK and talking to them about the services we offer.

Too busy to read this blog? Then read this blog....

Busyness blog
6th July 2017

What does ‘busy’ mean? Is ‘busy’ a badge of honour, or a brag, in what sometimes feels like an arms race of workload, deadlines and pressure currently pervading schools and colleges? Or is ‘busy’ some sort of plea, where we are telling others that we have taken on too much?

How the housing crisis is affecting teachers

Housing crisis affecting teachers
14th June 2017

Many of us are aware that the UK is in the grip of a housing crisis which is already affecting many thousands of working individuals and families. What is perhaps lesser known is the impact it is having on many teachers.